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Cultural Sensitivity vs. Cultural Humor

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#1 08-11-2017 09:01:09

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Cultural Sensitivity vs. Cultural Humor

Hello everyone.

Specifically, how do you feel about cultural sensitivity and cultural humor? It's good to laugh at ourselves, and my understanding is that we tend to laugh about each other's cultures among friends. At the same time, I've heard of cultural sensitivity. Even a lighthearted, "Hey Aussie, your mama's a kangaroo?" might come off as exceedingly offensive to some folks. Interestingly enough, those who aren't offended will tell the offended to lighten up and stop being so sensitive about everything.
What is the right balance between cultural sensitivity and cultural humor? When and how do you know when some jokes are appropriate and when others aren't? Sometimes, the 'overly-sensitive person' has a legit reason for being sensitive about certain topics.

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